Even if you don't have a child, chances are you probably think you know what makes a "good" or "bad" parent.
2. "Many years ago when I worked at Walmart, parents would routinely 'drop off' their kids in the toy department and then just walk through the store or, worse, go across the street to eat out or shop. So it wasn't unusual to see numerous unsupervised kids just wrecking the toy and sporting goods department. I once fussed at a manager to do something about a pair of kids who had put together a bunch of pool noodles and were running down aisle after aisle, just clearing the shelves and knocking shit to the floor. The manager pulled the kids aside; the parents showed up and yelled at the kids. The manager came to me and went, 'Well, I hope you feel better. You made me ruin that kid's night.'"
3. "Cussing out the officials at a Little League game. Telling your child to punch another player they tripped over."
4. "When their kids could literally set the world on fire and they'll blame anyone else to avoid responsibility."
6. "When the kids are sick and contagious, but the parent(s) want a night out and don't tell their childcare provider their kids are sick."
7. "Parents who act like providing bare necessities is some kind of favor or debt to be repaid."
8. "Posting videos of your child having a meltdown while you mock them."
"My dad used to do this to me. He’d record me and laugh. I'm married to my first boyfriend and really happy with two girls. My dad cries to my mom because he can’t see them. There’s no way in this world that I would expose my daughters to someone as hateful as him."